Toyota unveiled its UK headquarters last week, in Epsom, Surrey, by architect Sheppard Robson. Designed as a flexible, modern workspace reflecting the repositioning of the brand, the building consists of four two-storey wings (or fingers) radiating out from an 80m glazed ‘street’ with cars on display that serves as a break out area. References to the lights of the Toyota Celica and a limited edition hubcap are featured in the building’s design.
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